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Cerebral Palsy Clinic

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Cerebral Palsy also referred to as “CP” is a neurological disorder that primarily affects body movement and muscle coordination. Cerebral Palsy is the result of a brain damage or a brain malformation.

Behavioral Traits of a CP affected child.
  • A child with Cerebral Palsy have problems while eating, excessive drooling while swallowing food, not able to roll over, crawl or sit after all these months.

  • The child must be diagnosed by professionals as these may be few of the symptoms of Cerebral Palsy.

  • It is the loss or impairment of motor functions which affects body movement, muscle control, muscle coordination, muscle tone, reflex, posture and balance. It can also impact fine motor skills, gross motor skills and oral motor functioning. 

  • Apart from eating problems and trouble in physical movements, other signs that might ring an alarm are: involuntary movement of hands, legs or other parts of the body, stiff muscles, lack of muscle coordination, delay in speech development, blindness, intellectual disability & using one side of the body too often.

  • Most children are born with CP, but they may not show signs of it until months or years later. Symptoms usually appear before a child reaches age 3 or 4. Call the doctor if you find any of these signs.

  • Early diagnosis and treatment are very important.

Other Benefits:

Multi-modal Therapeutics

Parent's training for home based management of Autism

Social Integration at Aditi Integrated School

Empowering the professionals and capacity building of the service organizations

Liaison with Government for policy, planning and facility development

Volunteering Opportunities


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Margdarsi's Approach

What is our Approach to Cerebral Palsy?
  • Though people believe CP is incurable, Margdarsi has set an example by bringing the effects of CP almost to zero. Our Model Centre of Children With Special Needs, an institution of Margdarsi, is set up to treat the children affected by all sorts of disability. Being the largest single center in Odisha with complete diagnostic and therapeutic care for children, MCCWSN provides world class treatment & facilities to children with all kinds of developmental disorders and disabilities.

  • Children affected by Cerebral Palsy are treated here with comprehensive rehabilitation. We have many success stories, carved in our “Books of achievement”, of children affected by CP, ultimately going to the normal schools with near normal communication skill and social behavioral skills.

  • Our comprehensive rehabilitation includes Speech- Language Therapy, Psycho Therapy, Behavior Modification, Occupational Therapy, Special Education, Social Integration, Recreational Therapies (Art Therapy, Craft Therapy and Play Therapy), and Hydrotherapy and much more for a Holistic care. The early intervention and multi-modal therapy can help children to get a normal life again.

  • Our integrated interventions aim to improve the condition of Cerebral Palsy and the day-to-day experience of the person living with it. Along with the premium world class technology & equipment's, children here are supported by a team of professionals including health professionals to help the child and family reach their goals. Children with any form of disability can look forward to cure and not to a life with sufferings and disability.

About CP Clinic

What is Cerebral Palsy?

The brain damage is caused by brain injury or abnormal development of the brain that occurs while a child’s brain is still developing — before birth, during birth, or immediately after birth. Some individuals are born with it while some acquire it later.

A child with CP will likely  show signs of physical impairment which will vary from one individual to another and ranges from mild to server. it can affect arms, legs, and even the face and can affect one limb, several or all . it is the most common movement disorder in children and about three out of 1000 children in India suffer from it.

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